If the reporters would dig a little deeper, this person also has a past of shady dealings with a housing development project with which he also took liberties and was fired for. This is second hand info., but what I've been told, is pretty reliable info. So what it seems, is that this person has a history of financial mishandlings, and it "seems" that he has gotten away with it before. There is a history, and he should serve substantial time. It's not like he went before the other Frontliners officers and asked for a loan,(not that that would be acceptable) but he went about it "premeditated" as if it would not be a problem. From the other column, I don't see how this could be plead down to a misdemeanor. It seems that this "gentlemen" needs to be taught a lesson." Who do people think they are?!?!"
September 9, 2012 at 5:29 a.m.